On February 21st, Genevieve Randall previews: performances in Lincoln, Omaha, Kearney, and Kansas; and a speaker series in Lincoln. Also on the program is a book review and some Winter Olympics inspired poetry. Mondegreen (Jonah Sirota and Kurt Knecht) talk about their next concert in Lincoln that features the music of Sirota's father, Robert. Kwame Dawes has written some poetry inspired by the Winter Olympics. Dawes shares some of them with us. Richard Move talks about his upcoming series of performances sponsored by UNL's Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium in Lincoln. Marco Abel and Roland Vegso reveal the Humanities on the Edge speakers for this semester. KVNO's Ben Rasmussen's talks with Bluebarn Theatre's artistic director Susan Toberer about the opening of the new Will Eno play "Gnit." All About Books with Charles Stephen. The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is bringing the Aquila Theatre to Maryville, Kansas on February 27th and 28th for performances of Twelfth Night. Actor Harriet Barrow tells us about her role. UNL presents its spring opera this month. Massenet's Cendrillon (Cinderella) takes the stage on February 21st and 23rd in Kimball Recital Hall. Director William Shomos lets us know Massenet's take on this fairy tale. Also, pianist Charlie Albright plays a concert on February 23rd as part of the Kearney Concert Association series. Albright tells us what he's going to be playing. And, the Lincoln Organ Showcase features Nebraska native Rosalind Monson on February 23rd. Monson and James Lytton tell us about this concert and the last two concerts in the series.